Spinach & Kiwi Smoothie

Spinach & Kiwi Smoothie This energising tropical spinach and kiwi smoothie is vegan and gluten-free, and is made with just five simple ingredients to help you keep up with this busy time of year! What you need: • 1 Banana, frozen, and cut into chunks • 1 Kiwi • 1 Cup spinach, loosely packed fresh • 1 Cup […]

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Myotherapy

March 2016 Myotherapy Myotherapist assess and physically treat myofascial pain, injury and dysfunction affecting movement and mobility. Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitative phases of therapy to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structure (muscle, tendons, ligaments and fascia) of the human body. Pain or symptoms caused by […]

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Spring Back Into Gardening

March 2016 Spring Back into Gardening Spring is a great time of the year lending itself to longer days, warmer weather and a rampaging garden growth. After our winter hibernation, we undertake our gardening chores and adopt all those lovely positions and postures that we try and refrain from to avoid the infamous lower back […]

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Sport Massage

November 2016 Sport Massage The athlete has to sustain rigorous use of their muscles with a tremendous amount of force being placed on their joints and body during their desired sporting activity. Our muscles are a bunch of contractile units overlapping to produce the force we need to operate our limbs and perform activities of […]

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Sport Physiotherapy

November 2016 Sport Physiotherapy There are many aspects of physiotherapy with Sports Physiotherapy being one of the most popular. As the name suggests, this is physiotherapy pertaining to sports. It is a specific skill of the physiotherapist, as it encompasses all the mechanical injuries that occur during our busy lives of sport.     The […]

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Rotator Cuff Injuries

March 2016 Rotator Cuff Injuries   The rotator cuff is a group of muscles that surround the shoulder like a cuff. It provides stability to the joint and importantly provides the power and precision we need during movement of our upper limb. Its no wonder when we injury this delicate muscle group that it elicits […]

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Sprained Ankles

I’ve Sprained my ANKLE   The ankle ligament sprain is an extremely common injury in sport. Aussie rules, netball, basketball and the weekend warrior exposes the ankle to extreme pressure. With the demands of these sports its not uncommon we can sustain an ankle injury. The most common ankle ligament sprain is a lateral (outside […]

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Low Back Pain

February 2016 Low Back Pain   Low back pain (LBP) is an extremely common compliant in society. In fact, 80% of us will suffer from some form of LBP in our lifetime. Categorically, LBP generally falls under 2 umbrellas: Non-specific LBP Specific LBP Non-specific LBP is as the names states non-specific. The nature of the […]

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Christmas Update

Christmas Period News 2015 Our land-based classes are scheduled to continue during the Christmas period.  Please ensure to make your booking for classes conducted in the months of December and January.

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Importance of Warm Ups

April News 2015 The Importance of doing a Warm-Up No matter how old the participants, never underestimate the importance of the warm-up or cool-down Warm-up activities should be incorporated into training and competition routines. The warm-up prepares the body for activity, as well as helping to prevent injury to muscles, which can be more susceptible […]

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